The first Muslim Community

Credits to Awab aqib  The first Muslim Community Wives of the Holy Prophet(P.B.U.H) Wives of Holy Prophet (PBUH): Hazrat Khadija bint Khuwaylid (R.A) Hazrat Ayesha bint Abu Bakar (R.A) Hazrat Sawdah bint Zama’ah (R.A) Hazrat Zainab bint Khuzaimah (R.A) Hazrat Mariya Qibtah (R.A) Hazrat Ramlah bint Abu Sufyan (R.A) Hazrat Umme Habibah (R.A) Hazrat Hafsah bintRead More…

Prophet relations with jews and other states

Credits to Awab aqib  Prophet’s conduct in treaties The first treaty that was agreed upon under the leadership of Prophet (PBUH) in Medina was the Charter of Medina which was signed with the Jews. According to this treaty, Prophet (PBUH) granted the Jews with full religious freedom and they were allowed to practice their religion openly and without any interference from Muslims. However, theyRead More…

Life in Madina

Credits to Awab aqib  Life in Madina Migration Reasons for migration to Madina Persecutions by Quraish worsened with more and more conversions to Islam, in Makka. Many poor converts like Bilal (R.A) and Ammar suffered inhumane torture and even the prestigious converts were not spared at all. In 615 A.D. Prophet (PBUH) allowed the Muslims to migrate to Abyssinia because the ruler Najashi was aRead More…

Life in Makkah

Credits to Awab aqib  Life in Makkah Life till the First Revelation Holy Prophet (PBUH) was born on 12th Rabi-ul Awwal, the 50th day of the year of Elephants. His birth took place in the Arabian city of Makkah. Prophet’s (PBUH) father name was Abdullah, and his mother name was Amina. Prophet’s (PBUH) mother sent him to live the early life in the desert to learn pure Arabic. He stayed witRead More…

Sources of Islamic law

Credits to Awab aqib  Sources of Islamic Law for O level Islamiat Various sources of Islamic law are used by Islamic jurisprudence to elucidate the Sharia, the body of Islamic law. The primary sources, accepted universally by all Muslims, are the Qur’an and Sunnah. The Qur’an is the holy scripture of Islam, believed by Muslims to be the direct and unaltered word of Allah. The Sunnah consists ofRead More…

Relationship of quran with Hadith

Credits to Awab aqib  Relationship of Quran with hadith – O level Islamiat notes The Quran being the word of Allah contains the principles of Islam, solutions to major issues, and often deals with the subjects in brief terms. The Hadith of Prophet (PBUH) contains its details and particulars. The Quran says: “AND WE HAVE SENT DOWN THEE THE MESSAGE: THAT THOU MAYEST EXPLAIN CLEARLY TO MEN WHATRead More…

History and importance of Quran

Credits to Awab aqib  History and importance of Quran Revelation of Quran As Prophet (PBUH) reached the age of forty, he started retiring frequently into cave Hira. One day Hazrat Jibrael (R.A) appeared before him and asked him to read while he was meditating. Prophet (PBUH) replied that he could not read. Jibrael squeezed him and again asked to read. Prophet (PBUH) again replied that he couldRead More…

Allah relationship with created world and messenger

Credits to Awab aqib  Allah relationship with created world and messenger Allah in Himself The Quran lays emphasis on the fundamental principle and theme of Allah in Himself. Allah is the name of a supreme being who is free from all sorts of shortcomings and defects. Surah Ikhlas says: “THE NATURE OF ALLAH IS SUBLIME AND HE IS NOT VISIBLE TO HUMANS BUT HIS PRESENCE CAN BE FELT BY MANIFESTATRead More…